There is a great deal of confusion and fear in the Obama Administration about the crisis in Iraq and even more about the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Poet George Seferis said his peer Rigas Feraios, taught us: Free thoughts are good thoughts.’” But those thoughts must be just as well.
Juxtaposing the liberation of Athens and Paris in WWII offers revealing insights into how countries can emerge from defeat and how others fall prey to civil strife.
On the heels of the European Parliament elections, Greece and many of its European “partners” find themselves faced with a rising tide of Euroscepticism.
Is Clinton to blame for Benghazi? To a great extent, yes indeed. Bill Clinton, that is, not Hillary. That’s because he ignored the threat of global terrorism.
As people in Eastern Ukraine go to the polls to decide whether to separate, the West is convinced this is another tactical move to recreate the Russian Empire.
Thucydides, Pericles, Socrates, and Aristotle are the preferred references in the search of the logic, in understanding politics in modern Greece – but Heraclitus is the man.
Last month the Annunciation Cathedral of Boston celebrated their Metropolitan’s 30th anniversary as a Bishop with a musical concert featuring the participation of dozens of young people.
Cyprus seems to have convinced itself that it found the silver bullet to keep Turkey at bay and make a lot of money through its alliance with Israel.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been getting the upper hand against US President Barack Obama and America all around the world.